Bronx >Food & Dining > Seafood City
459 City Island Ave, Bronx, NY | Directions 1046440.851458 -73.788673
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 1am
Neighborhoods: City Island
Avoid – By far the worst fried shrimp takeout I've had in City Island...and the fries were absolutely AWFUL.
AHHHH THE BEST!! – i love to come here with my family and friends..its the best place to cool off..and the food prices were WONDERFUL...the shriMp is the best, SEA FOOD COMBO THAT what MY HUSBIN AND I ENJOY the most, the pizza my Kids loves and ROR CLAMS YUMM im soooo happy i was going to this place as a kid and still to this day i hang there..n drink there...WONDERFUL!! any body who thinks other wise can eat CRAP/ DODO/ WASTE.. cause there food is GREAT!!! love love....
SCARY – i will never come here again. it was real hood and the food was only like 10 dollars cheaper then real restaurants on the island. not worth it. i took the food to go and i was so scared that a fight was gonna break out any minute while i was on line. the drinks are good. not a good place to sit down and eat. does not look safe. and the food is gross.
best fast seafood and drinks on cityisland – Seafood city is the only place I g to on city island. Im 10mins away the food is great my favorite plate is stuffed shrimp over yellow rice. Topped off with a strong pinacolada. Its a place to bring the kids or just go hang out with friends. If you looking for a romantic restaurant this is not it. If you just want to go eat have some drinks and catch a few laughs this i the place.
the Mac Donald's of fast seafood – Yuk. Great crowds in a huge parking lot (inside and out) everything is fried, baby. And to add to your later discomfort, why not order a big, sweet Pina Colada to go with that deep fried shrimp and french fries? Yummy. that's probably why the clientele all have backsides that warrant two seats on an airplane - or Greyhound bus.
A real zoo, and with lousy food – I ate here once and was very disappointed at the prices and the quality of the food. For $10, my friend got a medium sized plate of pasta with a cream sauce, and for the same price I got "clam strips" - pieces of fried bread with a little clam flavor in them, french fries, and teeny little ketchup cups of cole slaw and lettuce. I ended up feeding half of it to the seagulls. The deck has a nice view of the harbor though, and the place was packed - I guess packed with people who don't know the difference between fine dining and a "happy meal."
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